DJ S1FTER fills in, putting the garage back into garage, and maybe even putting a porch on the Porsche. This time he goes MkII Zephyr style and adds a few Kiwi artists – Scribe, P Money, and a funky Poi E remix. The Jag also gets some attention with tracks from English gangster movie Snatch (“I’ve seen Snatch… and I like it”- DJ S1FTER) bookending the mix with some good R’n’B and Blues Brothers thrown in to keep it worldly. As usual there is a fine selection of house with WaFF, Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson, and Sideburn & Viktor Kaman. And S1FTER kinda apologises for the Hall & Oates… kinda.
Here’s the playlist in full…
Klint – Diamond
Patea Maori Club – Poi E (The Beatworms remix)
Scribe – Not Many
Savage – Swing
Joni Rewind – Uptown Top Rankin (feat. Estelle)
Estelle – American Boy (feat. Kanye West)
P-Money – Everything (feat. Vince Harder)
Fergie – M.I.L.F. $
Skee-Lo – I Wish
MJ Cole – Crazy Love
Dennis Cruz – Bad Behaviour
Deee-lite – Groove Is In The Heart
Marlon Hoffstadt & Dansson – Hot Strings
The Blues Brothers – Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
Duck Sauce – Anyway
Bjork – More to life than this
Groove Armada – Final Shakedown (Waff Remix)
Armand Van Helden – NYC Beat
Vanilla Ice – Ice ice baby (Vico Valesco Bootleg)
Sideburn & Viktor Kaman – Dub Be Good
Jesse Rose – Black Twitter
wAFF – Flipback (Original Mix)
Groove Armada – Superstylin’
Jesse Rose – Fatman
Daryl Hall and John Oates – I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)
Today is our last show before we head off on an indefinite sabbatical. Other commitments mean we need to take a break for a while.
The Joint first broadcast on RDU way back in July 2001 when the frequency was still 98.3FM. We started out on Sunday afternoons but after a while switched to Saturday afternoons. The reasons are lost in the mists of time.
By our really rough and unscientific calculations we reckon we’ve done 665 shows so far. That makes this final show today episode number 666. Not a shabby effort really. To put that in some completely unrelated context Ryan Giggs made 672 league appearances for Manchester United and David O’Leary made 558 league appearance for Arsenal.
Thank you for all your kind messages via Facebook, Twitter and the RDU text machine. It was a blast.
To paraphrase and plagiarise James Murphy…
Yeah, we lost our edge
The kids came up from behind
We lost our edge to the kids
From France and from London
And from Christchurch
But we were there
We lost our edge to better-looking people
With better ideas and more talent
And they’re actually really, really nice
This is what you call a freakout. The Bruce Springsteen cover version was pretty damn spooky but Neneh Cherry‘s version of Suicide’s 1979 single “Dream Baby Dream” is crazy. Like someone strangling a saxophone. Have a listen below. God bless those crazy Norwegians at Smalltown Supersound.